Partner in Catheter Innovation
At Rev.1 Engineering, we specialize in designing and developing delivery catheters that revolutionize medical interventions.
Our drug, implant, and energy delivery catheters are the result of careful engineering and innovation, ensuring that your patients receive the best possible care. Join us in advancing medical treatments – contact us today to explore how our delivery catheter design and development services can elevate your medical practice.
Catheters are often connected to larger pieces of capital equipment. If your catheter needs to connect to that equipment, we can work with your exisiting designs to make sure they are compatible to work together effectivley.
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Drug Delivery Catheters
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Energy Delivery Catheters
Our customers aim to develop catheters that enable therapies like:
RFA catheters deliver high-frequency electrical currents to generate heat and create controlled thermal lesions in tissues. This technique is commonly used to treat conditions such as cardiac arrhythmias, liver tumors, and certain types of cancers.
Laser energy delivery catheters use laser light to precisely heat and ablate targeted tissues. This approach is utilized in procedures like laser ablation of varicose veins, as well as in certain dermatological and ophthalmic treatments.
Microwave energy delivery catheters emit microwave radiation that generates heat to ablate tissues. These catheters are often used in the treatment of tumors, especially in liver and lung cancer therapies.
Ultrasound energy delivery catheters utilize high-frequency sound waves to generate thermal effects or mechanical disruption of tissues. They can be employed in various procedures, including focused ultrasound for targeted drug delivery and non-invasive ablation of uterine fibroids.
Electroporation catheters use electric pulses to temporarily create pores in cell membranes, enhancing the uptake of therapeutic agents or facilitating gene transfer. This technique is investigated for applications such as targeted drug delivery and gene therapy.
PDT catheters combine a photosensitizing drug with light energy to trigger a photochemical reaction, resulting in cell damage and destruction. This approach is utilized in cancer treatment and certain dermatological conditions.
Although not purely energy-based, cryotherapy catheters deliver extremely cold temperatures to freeze and destroy targeted tissues. This technique is often used in the treatment of localized tumors and abnormal tissue growth.